'''William Twining''' is the Emeritus Quain Professor
of Jurisprudence at University College London
. He is a leading member of the Law in Context movement
and has contributed especially to jurisprudence, evidence and proof, legal method, legal education, and intellectual history.
with recent focussing on "globalisation" and legal theory.
[http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/academics/profiles/index.shtml?twining University College London - biographical entry William Twining (Accessed Dec 2010)] [http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/academics/profiles/twining/ALICANTEINTERVIEW10Jan2010.pdf Raymundo Gama (2010) Interview with William Twining, UCL (Accessed Dec 2010)]
Central themes include the variety and complexity of legal phenomena; that many so-called “global” processes and patterns are sub-global, linked to empires, diasporas, alliances and legal traditions; that diffusion, legal pluralism, and surface law are important topics for both analytical and empirical...